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the u.s. citizenship. that was more than '07, '08, '09 combined. i'll bet you it's a higher number for 2012 when it comes in and i bet you it it goes up in 2013. the obama administration and the democrats, they're so happy and gloating about smacking those tax rates on the rich and there's this new assumption, this politically correct assumption that you know what? you rich people, you're going to bend over and take that spanking because we raised rates on you so there. when you soak the rich, the rich start packing and they'll go elsewhere. and golfer, phil mickleson might do that. >> the former president of france is also, he's going to london he says or the u.k., because he wants to develop his business opportunity, but he's also got a few little legal problems that many suspect that he's trying to avoid, allegations of corruption and fraud, so that might have a dual purpose if indeed he goes to london. >> that's true, but that 75% marginal tax rates on all earnings over a million dollars that france wants to slap on the rich. that had to be a factor as well. i mean, when you do
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the politicians fighting over the debt ceiling looks suspiciously like some of the people he bets against at the poker table. professional poker player matt is here and let's get right to it. one player everyone knows, who do you think the worst bluffer in the whole debt ceiling game? >> well the worst bluffer is where the republicans who are actually threatening not to raise the debt ceiling. in poker the only way a bluff can work, the only way it is credible if the other player actually believes you have a strong hand. but in the case of the republicans here we all know what would happen if they didn't raise the debt ceiling. it would be a total catastrophe. that bluff didn't make any sense at all. at least to their credit they're altering the ultimate solution. melissa: i couldn't disagree with you more. they could shut down the government. it has been done before. >> it is more than shuttings down the government if they don't raise the debt ceiling there are so many people expecting payments veterans, soldiers, the --. melissa: but they get to decide who they pay and they don't. they
about is that if that includes a bet that you are going to have certain facility it's online on a certain schedule schedule and the off setting revenue is sometime in the future then we have to be more confidant about what that future is and that is a much more complicated discussion but i think it's much more helpful to know for phase one and i do not expect you to know that off the top of your head here but for phase one how is it that you can bring that down and i do notice on your preliminary resources mix you have a lot of wholesale resource application and that is subject to the same resource that the she'll contract is and or worst at least the very well contract says what the rates are and if this is under some other contract we should know it and if it's an open market then that has significant risk attached to it. commissioners the risk is as near as i can tell in here one of the risks in here is a perform risk and we are talking about thousands of small projects having to get implemented and you folkings prepared a risk report which went into that and highlighted
to give us that kind of information. thank you. that's tim biggam of trading block. > > you bet. thanks angie. we are running out of time for today. be sure and come back tomorrow for a preview of the films movie studios will roll out this winter. find out which ones are worth your money. from all of us at first business, thank you for watching.
for an assisted arrest" and i said "you bet your life too and i also want a sf tv star" and anyway those small things happen. i paid the police department and the city back. we put this together with a group of volunteerses, the original command center. the wonderful volunteers that exist in san francisco. not people advising you but people coming here doing stuff and they represented the great cross section of san francisco. had two retired school teachers who came to this temporary building everyday for five years, and provided administrative assistance. they were wonderful. one of them was mary louise green. dave ebberly -- you haven't heard that name. he was the guy bouncing around and i found out he was the volunteer driver of the emergency vehicle that we had which was parked in a fire house at the other end of the city and get a call at 2:00 o'clock in the morning and get in that vehicle, and i later learned -- i'm sorry dave. i didn't understand at the time. it was manual transmission and manual brakes and i wish i could have hired him and he he is and somebody was smart enoug
. it is the same error that is activated when compulsive gamblers are winning a bet or when drug addicts get their drug of choice. it modulates the brain's levels of dopamine my colleagues from stanford and i show that when you listen to music to like, found pleasurable, that eric is activated and it is modulating dopamine. a student of mine showed, she was able to get her hand on a radioactive tag for dopamine, so that we could fall in people's brains. dopamine was increased when people listen to pleasurable music. dopamine is
like winning a bet or taking a drug or having sex, but invoked the same system. another thing, when people listen to music together, oxytocin is released, a chemical associated with bonding and trust. is what mother's release when they are nursing their infants. prolactin is another hormone that women excrete. we also believe that prolactin is also excluded when people listen to music. chemically, that seems to be what is going on. you were also talking about dance and music. music activates the cerebellum, which is responsible for your ability to move, your limbs, parts of your body, to maintain a steady gait. it is almost automatic, when music comes in at a student -- certain polls, neurons are going to fire in synchronization with that polls. even kids move to music. one of your more recent records, you took some children's folk tunes and you rearranged them. we were talking about kids moving. do you have any of those candy? -- handy? >> yeah. i will play a little bit of an old appalachian folk song. what i tried to do is -- and the melody is there, song is there, but i tried to
the 49ers favored by four points. here is a tip, don't bet the game. don't do it. if you absolutely have to bet it, if you're emotionally involved and don't bid more than 20 bucks. nobody can predict this one. both teams are evenly matched. the factor tip of the day. no one knows. no edge. and that's it for us tonight. please check out the fox news factor website, different from and talking points memo, post it there. and spout out about the factor, from anywhere in the world, lots to it talk about tonight., and anytime if you wish to opine, and an uppity word today. don't be verecund. and anywhere in the world, i got a letter from the south pole, from nepal, from iceland, and again, thanks for watching tonight. i'll bill o'reilly, remember the spin stops right here because >> i feel like i should pinch myself right now. i can't believe i have this vantage point. >> so you're what? about 15 or 20 feet from the sflez. >> probably a good, i would say 50 feet from the president right now. very, very close. >> sean: history repeats, someone pinch me.
-spangled banner. he said it was the bet i had ever heard it performed. i said that she proved that you can sing the star-spangled banner after all. maybe i have been wrong to say nobody could sing it and that she, you know, gave it new life and new meaning and then i hear the news she was faking it. a spokesperson for the marine band admitted they got word at the last minute they had it pre prerecorded and they got word at the last minute that she was going to use the prerecorded version, not the real version. i have to say, here is what it sounded like. it sounds pretty good. ♪ 0, say, can you see by the dawn's early light, what so proudly we hail did he twilight's last gleaming. >> now do i feel like a total schmuck? like a total idiot? i feel like actually i have been betrayed. i don't know about you. 866-65 press. this is a big deal for me. the problem is never as good as you think they are. as they seem. look at david individualder or others, you know. things are never what really they appear to be. i don't know. i believe and peter and i were up so
on regulatory approval in the united states and canada. >>> best buy is betting on actress comedian aimpy pohler for the super bowl ads. they will air a humorous spot during the second quarter quarter of the game. that is the latest from fox business, giving you the power to prosper. melissa: so the american trucking association's latest report is out and it shows that we have some tough year-over-year results. let's drill down on it right now. joining me, if you could scroll up a little bit, is in a fox business exclusive is american trucking association president and ceo and former governor of kansas, bill graves. bill, thanks so much for joining us. there are a lot of conflicting numbers in this report. we see month over month gains on the seasonally adjusted basis, it is down. what is the big takeaway for you? >> well i think, melissa, the economy is a little schizophrenickic. you can find good news, bad news situation in almost everything you look at. we, december was okay. it wasn't great. i me we feel pretty good about some retail sales numbers, the housing starts, factory output. those t
and then bet against it? you think they know that? >> the nature of the principal business and market making... >> lloyd blankfein argued it was perfectly okay, that at the same time we were selling securities to you, we were betting on the fact these securities were going to go down. "but that's okay 'cause we're a market-maker and we're allowed to do that." that sounds like fraud to me. in the first half of 2007, goldman sachs sold long-position cdos to its clients, right? >> we sold... we reduced our risk. >> so you were selling cdos at the same time you were taking short positions on the same cdos? >> the best way of reducing your risk is to sell what you have. >> i believe in a free market, but if it's gonna be truly free, it cannot be designed for just a few people. it must be free of deception, it's got to be free of conflicts of interest, it needs a cop on the beat, and it's got to get back on wall street. we stand adjourned. >> narrator: senator levin referred his committee's findings to justice, but again, the department declined to bring any criminal charges. >> no one going to ja
betting on the housing bubble, bursting is bullish op the u.s. economy. kate kelly caught up with them first. hi, kate. >> that's right. john paulson betting big on housing in 2007 and scoring huge profits that year totaling $15 billion. fast forward to 2013 and this time he calls the housing bottom. we will tell you more on his thesis, after the break. hey, buddy? oh, hey, flo. you want to see something cool? snapshot, from progressive. my insurance company told me not to talk to people like you. you always do what they tell you? no... try it, and see what your good driving can save you. you don't even have to switch. unless you're scared. i'm not scared, it's... you know we can still see you. no, you can't. pretty sure we can... try snapshot today -- no pressure. [ male announcer ] when we built the cadillac ats from the ground up to be the world's best sport sedan... ♪ ...people noticed. ♪ the all-new cadillac ats -- 2013 north american car of the year. ♪ for a limited time, take advantage of this exceptional offer on the all-new cadillac ats. >>> welcome back to "power lunch.
on a specific issue. that's a very dangerous thing. but, look, should we do something about spending? you bet we should but the debt limit is really the wrong place to have a debate where you start to defeat the country's economic position. >> that seems like unrelated issues. before my banker would give me more money or before american express would raise my credit limit they would want to know how i plan to live within my means in the future. >> they are related but i'm saying that we have to take in context where we are right now with our economy. our economy is just at the threshold of a recovery. this would, markets would react what we're doing. melissa: okay. >> we would see unemployment continue to be a major factor. and when you look at the trade deficit we have, which peter morici more than anybody has tracked, we, we have issues dealing with our economy. we aren't dealing with. spending should be --. melissa: absolutely are. >> don't go putting us in the tank here. melissa: what is the best outcome for the economy with the debt limit debate? >> we certainly have, the dennis is right th
that honesty is always the best bet and that the truth will set you free. it's got to be really hard to walk around knowing you're not telling the truth about something. >> crow would not say whether she personally ever witnessed armstrong using illegal drugs. >>> and, a note about our friend barbara walters. today, she gave us an update on her recovery after that fall over the weekend. telling us she's still in the hospital, running a low grade fever, but she'll be home soon and wanted to thank everyone who has sent her such good wishes. add us to that list. we've got the red carpet ready. >>> and coming up here, we're going to show you something we saw behind the scenes of the obama family. we wanted to know, is it what your family would do? you'll tell us. ale announcer ] how do you make 70,000 trades a second... ♪ reach one customer at a time? ♪ or help doctors turn billions of bytes of shared information... ♪ into a fifth anniversary of remission? ♪ whatever your business challenge, dell has the technology and services to help you solve it. [ slap! ] [ slap! slap! slap! slap! ]
. even hearty minnesotans are feeling it. >> sure am. you bet. >> i think it's awfully cold. >> reporter: and reporters in subzero climbs have gotten creative. >> instant ice crystals. >> if you ever start to feel cold, a little chilly, think about your friends up in north dakota. that will sure warm you up. >> reporter: tonight, brian, many of us feel like we're all in north dakota, although there's nothing wrong with that. parents, however, may want to check with their children's schools tomorrow to make sure the classrooms are open. brian? >> kevin tibbles out in the cold of chicago tonight, thanks for that. >>> a look at the calendar reveals there are some major milestones all of which happened 40 years ago this week. richard nixon was inaugurated to a second term. former president lyndon johnson died at his ranch in texas. a peace deal was reached ending the war in vietnam. and the u.s. supreme court decided the case of roe versus wade, legalizing abortion. tonight, nbc's andrea mitchell looks at what has changed and what hasn't over the last 40 years. >> reporter: four decades afte
to get over there weren't going to fall into the hands of somebody that might use them, you're betting against the odds. the shooter in newtown, connecticut, got those guns from his home, legally purchased firearms. we took 2 96 guns off the street here thankful to dr. joe marshall and omega boys club. over 150 handguns, almost 150 rifles and shotguns, these are not what people keep saying aren't going to make a difference. this is absolutely making a difference. and i would say to the nra or anybody that says, hey, this isn't the problem, if it's not the problem, it will make a difference, it should make a difference banning them. let's err on the side of caution, keep the kids safe. thank you. >> let me also echo again my appreciation for commissioner dr. joe marshall because omega boys club has been a great partner. they are part of our effort to organize commutes, to intervene as early as we can, and i totally agree with the chief that these particular guns, if you look at them up front and close, you'll see they really shouldn't be in anybody's homes. they're designed to kill folk
on your own, think about your experience in san francisco. and i would be willing to almost bet that somewhere in that experience you'll find a piece of moscone and a piece of milk. and i must tell you that for me it's on a daily basis. before coming here tonight, i told the mayor, i walked the embarcadaro. i do that quite often. i wander around san francisco. it's always amazing to me because as i wander around san francisco i'll see something or experience something that has come as a result of the most open, the most directed, and the most people-sensitive government anywhere in this world. and it comes as a result of two extraordinary people who gave their lives so that we can enjoy, and enjoy we must. thank you. (applause) >> thank you, mr. mayor. that was wonderful. i kind of messed up on the timing here. i apologize. but, so, i'm going to introduce assemblyman tom ammiano next and then we'll have the gay men's chorus and we will go to jonathan. so, just before tom gets up, tom was one of harvey's volunteers for many campaignses. he walked precincts and he was a very brave
. >> caller: it was hilarious. my best friend said i'll bet their back stage going that must be dana from maryland. she's a tea bagger. that's it. >> hal: thank you so much, dana. >> caller: wait, wait, one more thing though. my topic i wanted to talk about was abortion. >> oh! >> caller: rachel, i didn't know the small little legislative laws like the woman has to listen to the tape of the heart beat. >> oh, yeah. >> caller: tape her reaction, her physical reaction. and i wanted to ask you hal smalltown kid, how do you deal with that? >> hal: you know, before roe v. wade and before it was a protected right in this country a lot of women handled this quite frankly like patrick swayze's dance partner in dirty dancing. through a shady doctor or no doctor at all. >> caller: but they did it on the kitchen table. >> hal: exactly. or well people who could pretend they didn't have to do these kind of things would send their daughter to visit a cousin and she would come back without the child anymore. >> caller: there's one clinic in each of these four states and some women have to drive five hou
. no word from camp beyonce but you can bet all eyes will be on her as she performs at the super bowl. and they did say that sometimes they prerecord these just in case weather or they have technical issues and she is still singing. >> it's still her. and it was cold there, too. james taylor said he nearly did the same thing and he had to play guitar. >> who cares. she sounds good. >> looked great, too. >>> former governor of california arnold schwarzenegger hitting the red carpet with a new movie for the german premier of "the last stand" his first starring role since being governor and his co- stars say he was physically ready to jump back in. >> he's in great shape. i mean, as soon as we land somewhere he goes to the gym. it's crazy. i go to the bar, he goes to the gym. [ laughter ] >> the lion gate film took tenth place at the box office in its weekend debut. >>> a church sexual abuse scandal in southern california. we have new details on the leaders that were involved in the cover-up. >> plus, people up past midnight sounding off on a plan t
tv's the end on the the rock stars. >> reporter: brian cooley says your best bet is plasma. >> they're not as thin as many of the led/lcd's not as sexy if you will and 2e7bd to be thought of as an older technology. we did our list of the best cheap, best value and best high- end flat panel t.v. and a plasma model, one in every single category. >> reporter: with a higher refresh rate, meraz mas handle motion better, meaning that touchdown pass will be crystal clear and they law for better off angle viewing. >> you have the focus over to watch the game you can overpack the living room people are sitting left and right trying to see the screen. plaza ma is very good at that. >> reporter: while l.e.d.'s may not be ideal for the big game their picture is brighter and more vibrant for every day viewing. when choosing a t.v., cooley says size does matter. think 50 inch for the average living room, which you should be able to find for under a grand. and while he says you do definitely want a 1080p, just how smart does your t.v. really need to b
boehner is doing with this proposal on pay, overwhelmingly i bet the american people support the notion. they can't get paid if they don't do their job. will harry reid and mitch mcconnell, will they actually feel either based on the efforts of the house or what the president does, will they feel like hey, we need to listen to what the country wants. there's still populism out there particularly with the economy bad and feeling washington needs to get its act together. >> joe? >> yeah. >> that asks -- that leads me to ask, you know, the group, what happens if within the white house, off of what mark just said, because this will be increasingly popular if the republicans continue to do things like this, what happens if the white house decides to try and pick off specific members of the republican membership in the house and perhaps some republicans in the senate and basically say people like you more now if you come and try and meet us halfway. what happens to this whole ball game if that occurs? >> i actually think the ball game is changing. the front of "the washington post" says that
on it and now he is busted for larceny. >> greg: i bet his friends think he had a bright future because he had sex with a teacher. >> dana: at 42. do they still think that? >> greg: not good choice on either part. i want to address bob's question about the three name thing. when you are arrested they put your middle name in there so other people aren't mistaken for you. that's why everybody has three names. >> bob: is that right? i didn't know that. let me ask you a question. why are they in jail for raping female students and not hear about them wanting to marry the female student? >> dana: do men want to get married at all? >> bob: no. >> andrea: the couple on vh1 rehab with the girl that is 16 years old and the actor. >> dana: it's a sickness. >> eric: we are not sure she wanted to marry him. didn't she marry him to get out of jail? >> bob: wouldn't you marry him to get out of jail? >> greg: i'd marry to stay in jail. >> andrea: a hollywood about this, movie about >> player: robinson and songs, blame david lee roth hot for teacher. >> bob: i have the academic intellectual segment of the sho
it that way, it is hilarious. you can place bets on how quick it is going to die. >> we are calling it an it like it is a science experiment. we are talking about a living creature. >> really, are we? are we talking about a living creature? >> you know, you could create a new division of oppressed people because they are going to be oppressed. the scary thing is they can also beat us up. it is almost like you are creating a legion of dumb jocks and that is not good. this is depressing because this proto human pal will also look down on you. >> i hope you mean he will be taller. >> no it means you will be inferior. >> spare me all of these moralistic people saying don't play god. they have been extinct. this is awesome. everyone can't wait to see these guys whether you throw them in the zoo or you make them a super trooper in afghanistan. also neander-baby, awesome reality tv show. it can be a saturday morning cartoon show. adorable both ways. you are all i idiots. i read a lot. >> no one says that. >> you know who hates me? andy levy because he is sitting there and waiting to say th
me. >> jennifer: you bet. as with hillary clinton, i'm curious about whether your experience with congress might have inspired you a bit to consider at least running for office yourself? >> well, it was interesting dealing with congress, but what inspired me was the chance to serve in government. i -- for 17 months i was administrator of cms, i got to help advance the most important steps in american public policy and health care in my lifetime. it was just wonderful. i got to work with great staff, and it gave me a taste for what good government really can do and really whetted my appetite for it. >> jennifer: so are you going to run? >> i haven't decided yet. i'm very, very serious about this. i spent time thinking about it my family and many colleagues and state holders, i am going to continue to listen for a while and then make up my mind. it's a great time for states now. we all know the problems in washington, and states can take the lead. i think massachusetts is a terrific place to show everybody what can be done by working together. >> jennifer
just yet. but you can bet all eyes will be on her as she performs at the super bowl. just a couple of questions to her. >> perhaps that week. >>> now beyonce isn't the only reason people will be tuning into the super bowl. others will be watching the 49ers win we hope so while others will be watching the multimillion-dollar commercials. cbs 5 reporter cate caugiran with more on how the super bowl ads are going beyond the game to get your attention. she joins us with more. good morning. >> good morning. i actually know a few people who like to record these commercials but it doesn't look like they will have to because some of these ads are already out. coca-cola gave viewers a preview of its ad on its website and this ad is also asking you to decide how the commercial will end on game day. mercedes-benz just released this ad on its facebook page yesterday. the luxury car company is trying to build buzz on its facebook page. the ad now has dozens of comments on this suggestive commercial. and that is what it's about this year. experts say it's
betting on medical costs. liz: how concerned are you when you see a spike? when you start to see real outbreak? when that starts to happen wheat -- the bring your chief financial officer and say put together rainy day fund? >> we have every month a meeting with a bunch of actuaries and statisticians and medical management people and talk to them about what is going on in the marketplace? we saw the initial spike of the flu, what we saw was it was low in intensity, people going into the hospital, seeing people just getting sick with the flu and going home. we start to break it down and decide whether we have a major problem like we saw with h1n1 in 2009. cheryl: a breaking news is how google aggregate's the numbers vice the, city and how many people are coming down with it and do it by whose searches flew. >> we follow google in a number of conditions and the flu is one of them. cheryl: liz: let's talk about grand landscape. why did you come to davos? >> we are global company and like to understand where markets are developing and the need to they have. winnowing china, the 12 or 5-yea
joining me. you say correction is overdue. you are more bullish bet you might start with you. wire you worried about a pullback? these numbers we are heading over and over every session? >> typically when you are sort of in a circular bear market you will see a correction after this period of time, an aversion to the mean look at it, but if we are emerging from this circular bear market and moving into a secular bull you should not be concerned. for long-term investors looking through this, if you have a lot of cash and looking to commit to the market you might take a pause here and look at that for a minute or two. cheryl: we need to focus on the short term because there are a lot of unanswered questions for our viewers and investments and i know that you are looking short-term but you are saying this rally absolutely is going to continue for several strong reasons. >> that is right. we certainly believe much of this rally and much of the reason for the multi-year highs have been on the back of the fed and central banks globally committed to lower rates and extending them and it has h
institute. great to have your. it's back in the president's hands once again. what is your betting on what you will -- you will do? >> i don't know. they don't send me internal memoranda. my guess is he will approve the pipeline. it's very difficult to say no. the state department already argued the filing sometime ago that it would have minimal impact on the environment. not a lot of dispute that this would be good for the economy. gasoline prices may have been sliding, but they seem relatively high command others think of the pipeline as a way of addressing that. given all that i suspect the president will approve the pipeline, but i could be wrong. gerri: as you know, the governor of nebraska said it will change the root of the pipeline and make it go around and offered that supplies water to the state of nebraska and other folks. is this going to be enough to satisfy the greenies out there? will the environmentalist be happy? >> it won't satisfy the environmentalists because there have always been to arguments. the first is the potential impact on the offer. that has been addressed som
bet you haven't. michigan's republican governor rick snyder might support a similar election scheme in his state. snyder thinks real locating electoral votes could be done in a thoughtful way. nothing about this is thoughtful. it's strategic. this isn't about fixing a broken system. it's about republicans giving their party an edge in 2016. i'm joined tonight for the conversation by joan walsh, editor at large for the salon and also bob shrum. great to have you both with us tonight. joan, what do you make of this? is this a policy surrender by republicans, they have to do this to win? >> yeah that. >> know they are on a course of demographic extinction, ed. 90% of their voters are white. their voters are older. and rather than change their policies and think about how to really reach the new america that is emerging, they decided they're going to change the voter, not change the policies. now, we saw after 2008 and president obama's election, we saw 38 states, republicans in 38 states introduce some kind of legislation that would restrict voting rights. and now they've gotten even m
court, any romney nominee to the supreme court realistically could be expected to be a surefire bet to vote to overturn that 40-year-old decision. when president obama leaned over to hug the rather fierce but rather small figure of 79-year-old supreme court justice ruth bader ginsburg yesterday at the capitol luncheon that was filled with all the washington vips, and president obama had that moment with ruth bader ginsburg, that physical contact, that hug between that particular justice and this particular president was a very real manifestation of the consequences of this election we just had. today outside the supreme court, as they do every year on the anniversary of roe, anti-abortion groups protested, expressing their view that it should be illegal to get an abortion in this country. there were also counter protests. people and groups supporting the decision defending abortion rights. the anniversary of the row v decision at the supreme court is one of the rare places where you actually see scenes like this where you have demonstrators who are against abortion rights right alon
another $14 from the down side into friday. >> what you're looking at is the bets being placed in the options market right now, and they seem to be suggesting come friday when we get an expiration that this stock will be appreciably lower from here. that's why you're thinking about putting a shot on right now, yes? >> yes, correct. >> okay. so this is a short-term trade, but this stock has already gone from 700 something down to 500 and something. do you think the trend is going to go lower from here? >> absolutely. you know, since that blowoff top at 705 seen sellers come in on every rally that the seller has found. since the beginning of the year, broader markets have touched new multi-year highs on a daily basis and apple massively underperforming and still have downside here. the pressure is to the down side. >> what do you think about that? >> gene's the bull in the group. >> right. >> look at last year. the stock really moved, not on the numbers, moved throughout the year based on anticipation of products. not an evaluation question. certain amount of cash. i think everyb
'm betting they can accelerate that, take that growth rate up after the spinoff. and that, by the way, has been what has happened to most of these spinoffs from the health care business. my view here, as long as you can get zoetis for less than $26, you need to get in on that deal. remember, though, we don't like to play in the aftermarket even with spinoffs. so if you can't get shares, don't try to snap this after it starts trading. keep your bat on your shoulder and wait for a pullback. it came back, a lot of these ipos have come back and only after they come back do we take our bat off the shoulder and do a swing. if you don't -- it's almost -- pitchers and catchers any minute. if you don't fancy taking a chance with zoetis, you can buy pfizer right here. that's a bunt. remember, pfizer's going to own 80% of the company and may distribute the remaining as a di dividend to the shareholders. this makes pfizer an even more attractive breakup story. the ceo ian reid, pfizer sold off the nutrition business to nestle for $9 billion last year. plus, pfizer's been cutting costs -- 3.6% yield, h
best bet for the big game is plaza. >> not as thin as many of the le.d.lcd's not as sexy but we recently did our list of the best cheap, best value and best high-end flat panel t.v. and a plasma model won in every single category. >> reporter: with a higher refresh rate, plasmas handle motion better, meaning that touchdown pass will be crystal clear and plasmas allow for better off-angle viewing. >> when you have folks over to watch the game you may overpack that living room and people are sitting left and right in different chairs trying to look at the screen. a plasma is very good at that. >> reporter: but while l.e.d.'s may not be ideal for the big game their picture is brighter and more vibrant for every day viewing. now, when choosing a t.v. cooley says size does matter. think 50 inch for the average living room, which you should be able to find for under a grand. and while he says you do definitely want a 10 80sp, just how smart does your t.v. really need to be? >> the so-called smart t.v.s, which are just internet connected t.v.s m
by harry reid. so, it's a big deal. we'll watch it, chris, thanks. >> you bet. >> megyn: well, today we are hearing about what could be a significant change to the academic standards in the washington d.c. school system. you're not going to believe this. it's shining a new light on the controversial students coming up short. and apparently social studies apparently they didn't feel they need that anymore. we'll talk about it. a gruesome murder mystery in the city of brotherly love as the body this have bright young doctor is disdiscovered, bound and burned in the basement of her own home. and one of the most powerful politicians in the country is firing a warning shot in america's gun debate as president bill clinton warns democrats about the potential dangers of mocking second amendment supporters. . >> there will be pundits and politicians and special interest lobbyists publicly warning of a tyrannical allout assault on liberty. not because that's true, but because they want to gin up fear or higher ratings or revenue for themselves. [ man ] i've been out there most of my life. you na
bets were off, like this silver suv for example first the driver rolled the stop sign then watch this the driver begins his left hand turn at the tracks insteas of at the intersection crossing over the double yellow lines this according the residents was a quiet day, so it might be worth returning when it busier maybe with some cith workers that have ticket books >> they just do not stop we had a crossing guard lady that it got it. >> in unincorperated hayward stanley roberts kron 4 news >> jacqueline: the increase with clouds and the rainfall could be coming with wet weather returning to the forecast. look at you guys with your fancy-schmancy u-verse high speed internet. you know, in my day you couldn't just start streaming six ways to sunday. you'd get knocked off. and sometimes, it took a minute to download a song. that's sixty seconds, for crying out loud. we know how long a minute is! sitting, waiting for an album to download. i still have back problems. you're only 14 and a half. he doesn't have back problems. you kids have got it too good if you ask me. [ male announcer ]
into the weekend. second half of the weekend looks like we could be bet. we'll hold ontop -- dash we'll -- we'll hold onto temperatures. coming up i will give you the time line on this. >>> coming up -- the latest on assault allegations against michael crabtree. what the other women who were allegedly there are now saying about what happened and what didn't. >> reporter: we're live in san francisco where a gallery owner sets fire to artwork. we'll tell you why he could face criminal charges when "mornings on 2" continues. using robotics and mobile technology, verizon innovators have made it possible for teachers to teach, and for a kid... nathan. tadpole. ... to feel like a kid again. because the world's biggest challenges deserve even bigger solutions. powerful answers. verizon. >>> it was supposed to be a fiery art display but things went terribly wrong when fire burned more than the display. tara moriarty is live with more details on just how much damage was done. >> reporter: yeah, setting fire to artwork. this is part of an interactive display. you can see behind me here it could land th
." is there a problem over in the house? you bet there is, to the point where one departing house republican member has compared the speaker of the house to the manager of an asylum. and the speaker's house republican colleagues to the asylum inmates. that's pretty strong criticism from within the republican party. so the reason i give this speech is to try to be precise about what the problem is that has driven congress's approval into the cellar, and what exactly is that problem? well, i think that the house votes on the so-called fiscal cliff bill and on the emergency hurricane sandy aid illustrate what the problem is. those bills passed the house for one reason and one reason only: the speaker of the house of representatives waived what's called the hastert rule. what's the hastert rule? the hastert rule is probably the most significant contributor to dysfunction in washington right now. it's not even really a rule. it's a policy, a political policy of republican speakers that began under former republican speaker hastert. hence its common name as the hastert rule. and the rule is that the speaker
capital, and, you know, i would definitely bet on mcdonald's and not against them. >> nicole, have fun in new orleans. nice football game going to be played there in a couple weeks. we'll see you next time. >> thank you. >> nicole miller reagan join us from piper. >> coach slides after its quarterly results this morning. the company saying it's transitioning to a lifestyle brand. hey, herb. >> this is one of those deals, i go through a ton of releases this time of year. i'm looking for trends and ekts cueses. anything that is sticking out like a sore thumb. and with coach it was just so obvious when you read through the earnings release. when you saw that quote where they said they are transforming themselves into a global lifestyles company anchored in accessories. the minute i saw that, yes, carl, i did tweet it out, and i also did say to myself, it is game over for the story of coach as we knew it, mostly as a fast-growing handbag company. one look at the company's earnings and sales growth and it's really easy to see why the company is trying to position itself and spin itself with
to the cold, folks are -- well, cold. >> you bet ya. >> reporter: the plummeting mercury came as a shock to many northeastern states who were having a warm winter. >> temperatures in maine have dropped more than 75 degrees. >> reporter: a full two-thirds of the country is now pulling out the hats and mittens and it looks like they'll be wearing them, at least until the weekend. and for all you moms and dads out there, take a tip from uncle tibs, albeit a layman's tip, bundle up those kids nice and warm. >> hey, uncle tibs, where's your hat? >> there you go. >> the big kahuna comes out about once every two years. >> wow, that is a serious -- >> i like it like that. that's best like that, kevin. leave it just like that. you look like mickey mouse. >> you're really demonstrating the crazy uncle fashions this morning. glad you decided to make it out here. >> i felt your pain and decided to come out here. >> okay. i'm going to leave. >> all right. let's have one more look at chicago, where that five-story block-long warehouse has been encased in ice. the firefighters finally took the hoses do
can bet people are keeping an eye on to whether it can punch through 1,500. many saying now is the time for profit-taking on the show. others saying there are reasons to be optimistic. tlook nasdaq. this is poised to open higher by 12 points. google, we'll hear from apple after the closing bell. earnings tech was not loved coming into the earnings period. helping to sort of get the market response relatively favorable when the companies come in, even if they just come in in line. let's take a look at what else has been happening across the world. european trade is mixed. we see the ftse up by .1%. it's .2 for the xetera dax. the ibex, 35, down .3%. bankia weighing on the boerse, down 5%. and the cac is weaker despite the fact that al catell lucent is one of the biggest gainers in the euro stock 600. let's look at the bond space. earlier we saw a pattern -- we're seeing spain rallying, too. a rotation out of britain, at least, into italy, into spain. 4.-- just under 4.2, 5.1% respectively for the ten year this. interestingly, though, even though the u.k. is -- gilds selling o
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